User Stories for your Product Backlog

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This is a general introduction into user stories, their advantages and a suggestion how to use them in scrum projects.

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User Stories for your Product Backlog

  1. 1. User Stories for the Product Backlog (c) Copyright 2009 Ralf Wirdemann. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Use Cases Jira Issues Features Backlog Items User Stories Prototypes
  3. 3. Introduction to User Stories Practical Group Lesson What's  next?
  4. 4. Backlog Item 1 Backlog Item 2 Backlog Item 3 Backlog Item 4 Backlog Item 5 Backlog Item … Classical Product Backlog
  5. 5. : ndation Recomme ser S tories U se U duct f or the Pro Ba cklog
  6. 6. User Story
  7. 7. User
Story
  8. 8. As a Job Seeker I want to search for new Jobs. 1. Story Card
  9. 9. 2. Acceptance Criteria
  10. 10. 3. Communication!
  11. 11. … Examples of User Stories…  As an employer I want to post a job offer on the platform.  As a user I want to search for contacts.  As a customer I
  12. 12. … examples of non User Stories!  Refactoring the database-layers  Improvements on logging data  Automatization of the deployment
  13. 13. Product Owner… … is involved … is responsible … knows what to do
  14. 14. Just in Time
  15. 15. User Story Epic Theme As a user I As a user I Profile want to log in. want to create Administration a Create
profile profile. Update
profile Delete
Profile ...
  16. 16. Sprint Stories July 2009 August 2009 Themes Q1 2010 Q4 2010 Epics 2011
  17. 17. Requirements Workshop … … Team Customer … … Marketing Product Owner … Product Manager
  18. 18. Requirements Workshop User User User User Vision User
Roles Goals User
Stories
  19. 19. We want to b e the only Jo High Profess b Board for ionals. Vision
  20. 20. Five Quest ions: 1. Who are my Custome rs? 2. What are the Custom er Needs? 3. What are the essentia l Product At tributes? 4. Who are my Compet itors? 5. Timefram Vision Budget e and Example
  21. 21. Practice Vision
  22. 22. Objec>ve Objec>ve System Objec>ve User
Role
1 User
Role
2 User
Role
3 User Role
  23. 23. Brainstorming
  24. 24. Initial Set College Grad Job Poster Resume Reader Recruiter First Timer Layoff Victim Geographic Searcher Administrator Job Seeker Monitor
  25. 25. Job Seeker Recruiter Administrator Geographic Internal Searcher Recruiter External First Timer Recruiter Layoff Victim Consolidation
  26. 26. Internal Recruiter Will use the web and software infrequently but intensly. Will read postings from other companies to figure out how to best word the ads. Ease of use is important… Refining
  27. 27. How t o defi Roles?  Bra Practice instor ne Us er  Org  Refi Usere Role anizin ming g th init ne an ial set d rem ind
  28. 28. As a [user role], I want some [goal] so that [reason]
  29. 29. Some more examples…  As a Job Seeker I want to search for jobs.  As a company I want to post jobs.  As a Job Seeker i want to be automatically informed about
  30. 30. Practice User Stories
  31. 31. User Story 1 User Story 2 Result: User Story 3 Initial User Story 4 Product User Story 5 Backlog User Story …
  32. 32. „Endlich liegt ein Buch in deutscher Sprache vor, das dem Scrum Master, dem Product Owner und dem Team das tägliche Arbeiten mit Scrum erleichtert. Klar, präzise und praktisch." Boris Gloger, Certified ScrumTrainer ISBN-10: 3446416560 ISBN-13: 978-3446416567 (c) Copyright 2009 Ralf Wirdemann. All Rights Reserved.

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